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wasn't. >> it would also be sometime before krauthammer embraced a conservative domestic policy, taxes, welfare, small government and other reaganesque sins. >> took me about a decade. i was skeptical of tax cuts, i was skeptical of smaller government at the beginning and then by the end of the '80s i had begun to change. >> what happened? >> empirical evidence. as a doctor i was trained in empirical evidence. i mean, if the treatment is killing your patients you stop the treatment. and so i began to look and read and think about whether the view i had of a social democratic society like they had in europe was the right way and i sort of -- i moved gradually to the idea of a more limited society, smaller government. >> by that time, krauthammer's world was really falling into place. in 1985, his son daniel was born. two years later, krauthammer won the biggest honor in print journalism. the pulitzer prize. not bad for someone that started in the business less than a decade earlier without even a writing sample. he went straight from the ceremony to see his father who had once worried a
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